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Gloria Bond Clunie - WTTW - 60

Chicago-native Gloria Bond Clunie's work as a playwright and educator has been inspired and sometimes shaped by her longtime viewership of the flagship PBS series, NOVA. In fact, her science-based play, Quark, was inspired by lessons learned over the years on the series. Gloria counts on her local station WTTW for NOVA and other programs that help her show students how their world fits together.

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Matt Gong - KCTS - 60

Matthew Gong, Nooksack/Squamish, who lives in the Seattle area looks to PBS for inspiration. Programs by Native filmmakers supported by Native American Public Telecommunications (NAPT) show the point of view of walking in two worlds--the city and their connections to back home and Tribal Nations. PBS documentaries about contemporary Native Americans share these stories with the world.

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Dr. Jennifer Denetdale - KUAT - 60

As a Native Studies professor at Northern Arizona University, Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale counts on PBS and KUAT to address the historical realities of this country. Native films by Native filmmakers deal with the way popular culture distorts the image of Tribal people.

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Gloria Bond Clunie - WTTW - 30

Chicago-native Gloria Bond Clunie's work as a playwright and educator has been inspired and sometimes shaped by her longtime viewership of the flagship PBS series, NOVA. In fact, her science-based play, Quark, was inspired by lessons learned over the years on the series. Gloria counts on her local station WTTW for NOVA and other programs that help her show students how their world fits together.

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Dr. Louis Sullivan - WPBA - 60

Dr. Louis Sullivan served as U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services and is President Emeritus of Morehouse School of Medicine. Now retired, but still extensively involved in public health issues, Sullivan looks to Atlanta’s PBS and NPR stations to fill in the gaps and provide context to the national health care debate that has gripped the nation. Public Broadcasting Atlanta is his source for getting substance, not sound bites.

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Dr. Louis Sullivan - WPBA - 30

Dr. Louis Sullivan served as U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services and is President Emeritus of Morehouse School of Medicine. Now retired, but still extensively involved in public health issues, Sullivan looks to Atlanta’s PBS and NPR stations to fill in the gaps and provide context to the national health care debate that has gripped the nation. Public Broadcasting Atlanta is his source for getting substance, not sound bites.

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Jacqueline Gartrell - WHUT - 60

John Eaton Elementary School Principal Jacqueline Gartrell (Washington, D. C.) says PBS Kids helps her young students prepare for school. For many, PBS Kids programs such as Word World and Martha Speaks are the only television parents allow their children to watch! WHUT in Washington, D.C. is Principal Gartrell’s source for bringing fun and education to her students.

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Jacqueline Gartrell - WHUT - 30

John Eaton Elementary School Principal Jacqueline Gartrell (Washington, D.C.) says PBS Kids helps her young students prepare for school. For many, PBS Kids programs such as Word World and Martha Speaks are the only television parents allow their children to watch! WHUT in Washington, D.C. is Principal's Gartrell's source for bringing fun and education to her students.

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Rosa Pache - WPBT - 60

Rosa Pache’s first experience in learning the English language was through PBS from programs like Sesame Street. Now, as a fifth grade teacher in Miami, Rosa knows that PBS Kids programming inspires her students to learn. PBS is Rosa’s connection to realizing the potential in herself and others.

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Rosa Pache - WPBT - 30

Rosa Pache’s first experience in learning the English language was through PBS from programs like Sesame Street. Now, as a fifth grade teacher in Miami, Rosa knows that PBS Kids programming inspires her students to learn. PBS is Rosa’s connection to realizing the potential in herself and others.

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Public Education - 60

PBS programming offers children a positive cultural and educational foundation that better prepares them for success both inside an outside the classroom.

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Public Education - 30

PBS programming offers children a positive cultural and educational foundation that better prepares them for success both inside an outside the classroom.

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Public News - 60

Public Television keeps communities informed by presenting viewers with in-depth and objective news.

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Public News - 30

Public Television keeps communities informed by presenting viewers with in-depth and objective news.

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Walt Pourier - RMPBS - 60

Native Americans, such as Walt Pourier, look to Rocky Mountain Public Television for entertainment and information. It’s a powerful voice for Native Americans that makes a difference in children’s lives. PBS brings intelligent storytelling and positive portrayals of Native people to the people.

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Cultural Infusion - 60

Public Television gives its viewers the ability to learn about people from various cultures and backgrounds.

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Cultural Infusion - 30

Public Television gives its viewers the ability to learn about people from various cultures and backgrounds.

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Dr. Jennifer Denetdale - KUAT - 30

As a Native Studies professor at Northern Arizona University, Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale counts on PBS and KUAT to address the historical realities of this country. Native films by Native filmmakers deal with the way popular culture distorts images of Tribal people.

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Jessica Torres - KLRN - 60

Jessica Torres grew up on children’s programs like Barney and Arthur. The series, American Family, gave her hope—and the opportunity to see Chicanas like her on television! Jessica produced some short films featured on San Antonio’s KRLN that won awards. PBS is Jessica’s connection to inspiration and community.

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Jessica Torres - KLRN - 30

Jessica Torres grew up on children’s programs like Barney and Arthur. The series, American Family, gave her hope—and the opportunity to see Chicanas like her on television! Jessica produced some short films featured on San Antonio’s KRLN that won awards. PBS is Jessica's connection to inspiration and community.

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Reuben Martinez - KCET - 60

Growing up in Sonora, Mexico, Reuben Martinez's life took a change for the better when his parents moved to Arizona. A barber by trade, Martinez opened a bookstore in his shop in Los Angeles. Good books and newspapers were accompanied by a TV set tuned to PBS--"the largest library in the world!" PBS is his source for words and wisdom.

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Reuben Martinez - KCET - 60 - Spanish

Growing up in Sonora, Mexico, Reuben Martinez’s life took a change for the better when his parents moved to Arizona. A barber by trade, Martinez opened a bookstore in his shop in Los Angeles. Good books and newspapers were accompanied by a TV set tuned to PBS —“the largest library in the world!” PBS is his source for words and wisdom.

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Reuben Martinez - KCET - 30

Growing up in Sonora, Mexico, Reuben Martinez’s life took a change for the better when his parents moved to Arizona. A barber by trade, Martinez opened a bookstore in his shop in Los Angeles. Good books and newspapers were accompanied by a TV set tuned to PBS —“the largest library in the world!” PBS is his source for words and wisdom.

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Esther Wu - KERA - 60

PBS provides diverse programming and helps viewers better understand their cultural roots. PBS is Ester Wu's source for "discovering and understanding the community" around her.

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Esther Wu - KERA - 30

PBS provides diverse programming and helps viewers better understand their cultural roots. PBS is Ester Wu's source for "discovering and understanding the community" around her.

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Robert Iopa - KHET - 60

Robert K. Iopa is an architect in Hawaii who was inspired by Skin Stories, a documentary about the art of traditional Polynesian tattoos. Iopa incorporates traditional tattoo designs and the stories behind them into his buildings. Art for the skin, or the art of architecture Iopa looks to PBS for cultural inspiration.

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Robert Iopa - KHET - 30

Robert K. Iopa is an architect in Hawaii who was inspired by Skin Stories, a documentary about the art of traditional Polynesian tattoos. Iopa incorporates traditional tattoo designs and the stories behind them into his buildings. Art for the skin, or the art of architecture Iopa looks to PBS for cultural inspiration.

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Lauli'a Ah Wong - KHET - 60

Lauli'a Ah Wong is a dancer in Hawaii. She connects to PBS for the great variety of programs including Men of Hula, that documents a journey to mastering a raditional dance form. It captures the essence of hula--it's not just a dance, but a lifestyle and cultural tradition. PBS is Wong's source for cultural identity.

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Lauli'a Ah Wong - KHET - 30

Lauli’a Ah Wong is a dancer in Hawaii. She connects to PBS for the great variety of programs, including Men of Hula, that documents a journey to mastering a traditional dance form. It captures the essence of hula—it’s not just a dance, but a lifestyle and cultural tradition. PBS is Wong’s source for cultural identity.

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Mahealani Suapaia - KHET - 60

As a nurse in Hawaii, Mahealani Suapaia was changed by the PBS series Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making us Sick? It offered her a different perspective on health care and global health care issues, particularly for the Marshall Islanders who are her patients. She gains knowledge and understanding from PBS.

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Mahealani Suapaia - KHET - 30

A nurse in Hawaii, Mahealani Suapaia was changed by the PBS series Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making us Sick? It offered her a different perspective on health care and global health care issues, particularly for the Marshal Islanders who are her patients. She gains knowledge and understanding from PBS.

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Andy and Helen Louie - Idaho PTV

Andy and Helen Louie are Chinese American immigrants who watch Public Television to discover more about their culture. Andy Louie says "PBS is my source for intellectual stimulation."

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Walt Pourier - RMPBS - 30

Walt Pourier looks to Rocky Mountain Public Television for entertainment and information. It’s a powerful voice for Native Americans that makes a difference in children’s lives. PBS brings intelligent storytelling and positive portrayals of Native people to the people.

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